Integrating green computing into rational unified process for sustainable development goals: a comprehensive approach

Filan Firmansyah, M Yoga Distra Sudirman, Rakhmadi Irfansyah Putra


This research explores the incorporation of green computing variables into the rational unified process (RUP) methodology, specifically focusing on sustainable development goal (SDGs) 12-responsible consumption and production. Supported by three additional papers using the preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyses (PRISMA) method. Our study aims to promote eco-friendly software development practices and tools (artifacts) aligned with green computing principles to support SDGs throughout RUP development phases. We conducted a matrix thorough analysis of existing green computing adaptability within RUP, yielding key findings: a system charter for inception, system requirement specification for elaboration, software development result for construction, and software test report/user acceptance test for transition. As a result, we've compiled comprehensive phase-specific documents, emphasizing the need for educational initiatives to foster green computing adoption among developers. This study advocates for cross-disciplinary collaboration to ensure successful implementation of eco-friendly software development processes.


Artifact; Eco-friendly software; Green computing; Rational unified process; Sustainable development goals

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
p-ISSN 2088-8708, e-ISSN 2722-2578

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